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Summer Term Reads with James Cross

As home schooling has entered the summer term it’s great to remember to try to get your kids to read for pleasure and here are a few titles for those aged 9 plus (which a grown up might like to give a try as well!) The Strangeworlds Travel Agency – L.D. Lapinski Flick and her…

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Bedford Modern School present Our Country’s Good

The true story of the first convict colony in Australia, Our Country’s Good is fearlessly bold and vibrantly theatrical. A play which cunningly redresses ideas about the morality of crime and punishment. Captain Phillip believes that it is his Officers’ duty to rehabilitate convicts rather than continually punish them for their criminal past. He commissions a…

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Book Review by James Cross

Welcome to our new monthly book review with James Cross. James is an avid book reader and by avid…..we mean obsessed.  His skills have been put to good use both at Rogan’s Books and Oxfam Bookshop so you are in good hands with his book reviews. The Mercies by Kiran Millwood-Hargrave   Kiran Millwood-Hargrave can…

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March Music Highlights

Here’s our picks of live music in Bedford this month. Pilgrim’s Progress Cantata – first performance in the UK Saturday 14 March at 7pm Bunyan Meeting, Mill Street Tickets: £8/£5 This month, the Romanian Pilgrim’s Progress Cantata will be performed by The Evanghelic Choir and Orchestra joined with Emanuel University Chamber Choir. And what better…

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Theatre Picks this February

Here’s Paula’s picks of theatre this month The Quarry at St Luke’s   Morgan & West with Makin Productions present Morgan & West: Unbelievable Science Friday 21 February at 2.00pm Tickets: £12.00 (£10.00 concessions) Age guidance: 7+ Morgan & West present captivating chemistry, phenomenal physics and bonkers biology in this fun-for-all-the-family science extravaganza! Magicians, time…

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Clanger review: Banton live at Bedford Esquires

[photo credit: Neil McCarty) Banton performed at Esquires on Saturday 2 November, launching is new EP, Ball and Chain. Alison Taylor reviewed the gig.. Having spent much of the year performing solo on a chair due to his broken leg, it’s great to see Banton literally back on his feet, performing with his brand new…

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Clanger interview: HMLTD at Esquires

This Friday 18 October, HMLTD bring their much-anticipated show to Esquires. The band’s creative output is unparalleled when it comes to new ‘guitar’ bands. With a wide range of influences ranging from glam punk to electro, with 80’s leanings, HMLTD are one of the most exciting and visceral live artists to have broken out of…

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